Jessie James Decker Details 'Unbearable' Pain from 'Pinched Nerve' and Talks Constant Migraines
Jessie James Decker is seeking advice from her fans and followers as she deals with debilitating chronic pain.
The 33-year-old singer shared a somber selfie to her Instagram feed Monday night, revealing in the caption that "it feels like my back and bones and muscles are all in a fight" after she "pinched a nerve" in her back.
"This time it is so unbearable I had to get a shot in my back from the Dr and was given meds," Jessie wrote. "It is shooting pains up and down the left side of my back I cannot turn my head without wanting to cry. It's awful and it happens way too often. I get weekly therapy but I feel like I need to see a specialist."
On top of the nerve pain, Jessie said she gets "migraines ALL the time which has to be all connected," explaining that she believes the issues are "hereditary," as her mother suffers from the same ailments.
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"I'm hoping it gets better and I can find some sort of solution because when this happens... I'm just out and feel useless and helpless," she concluded, before asking for advice on relief and solutions.
"I wonder if there is something inflammatory in your diet that's always been there but you don't know what it is 🧐," said Bosworth, 34.
Spears, 30, chimed in, "Yesss- try needling or acupuncture and getting hip adjustment."
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Jessie — who shares 7-year-old daughter Vivianne Rose plus sons Forrest Bradley, 3, and Eric "Bubby" Thomas II, 5½, with husband Eric Decker — has previously been candid about her fitness, as well as health issues both she and her children have faced.
In June, Forrest was sent to the emergency room after a "freak" occurrence that led to a staph infection, "which turned into a boil" that required an operation. Then in January, the little boy went to the hospital for the "3rd time in 6 weeks" due to breathing issues.
"Every time he gets a tiny cold he starts wheezing and his oxygen levels drop and heart rate goes up," Jessie wrote on Instagram at the time, alongside a photo of Forrest in an oxygen mask. "Ultimately I'm being told he has Asthma even though he's pretty young to diagnose."
"They gave him stronger meds and treatments and watched him through the night," she continued of the hospital visit. "Going to see an allergist to see if maybe something is triggering the attacks. So confusing for a parent to have this issue and just not know what to do or why it's happening."